The announcements of STATISTICS and’Indefensible have been shot so much in the last few weeks that we already feel we know the plots and characters.
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To paraphrase the emergency doctor Emmanuelle St-Cyr (Suzanne Clément), “we will start the maneuvers, epi, one milligram by three”! To quote criminal lawyer Léo MacDonald (Sébastien Delorme), “I’m just trying to find out what happened to get you to commit this act”!
This marketing offensive testifies to the (high) importance for Radio-Canada and TVA of winning the battle for the 19:00 newspapers, a strategic time slot that influences the viewing of all the programs that follow. “Yes, it takes a program that is a locomotive for the rest of the evening,” observes Radio-Canada Director General of Television, Dany Meloul.
On public television, STATISTICS starts Monday, September 12 at 19:00 The excerpts shown on Tuesday at the opening of the autumn season of Radio-Canada testify to a nervous, luminous and rhythmic series. Suzanne Clément, Stéphane Rousseau, Ludivine Reding, Patrick Labbé, Lou-Pascal Tremblay, Geneviève Schmidt and Samantha Fins play the leading roles there.
As for the 7pm battle, actor Normand D’Amour, who plays oncologist Pascal St-Cyr in STATISTICS, philosopher: “It will be up to the viewers to decide whether they prefer the legal side or the medical world,” he says. Wise words. Thirty episodes of STATISTICS they were boxed this summer.
Another tantalizing novelty in the Radio-Canada schedule: Before the crash, a TV series on the financial world written by Kim Lévesque-Lizotte and her husband Éric Bruneau. History ? That of three friends (Éric Bruneau, Émile Proulx-Cloutier and Benoît Drouin-Germain) who gravitate to the world of investment banks. One of them will take a solid landing, hence the sensational title of this work.
Lots of action inside Discussions with my parentsin the fifth year: the famous Danielle Cuivre (Sophie Faucher) publishes the cookbook Questionable butter and other passionsFrançois (François Morency) buys a house with Stéphanie (Leila Thibeault-Louchem), while Jean-Pierre (Vincent Bilodeau) and Rollande (Marie-Ginette Guay) write their “wish list”.
The soap opera “Country Tarantino”, according to Maude Guérin (Marie-Luce), 5And Rank moves in on Mondays at 8pm and welcomes Lynda Johnson, who will wear the uniform of an SQ Detective Sergeant. Still missing the good Jean-Michel (Frédéric Millaire-Zouvi), who will be back rather battered.
In the fiction department, you will also see this fall A family bond by Nadine Bismuth, the second season of That’s how I love youseries For you Flora on Indian residential schools, as well as the second chapter of Brain.
Everyone talks about itwhich will start his 19And season on 25 September at 8pm, it remains live and will welcome more audiences in its stands. For Live from the universewho has refreshed its decor, France Beaudoin will receive Michel Fugain, Martin Matte, Marie Laberge and Claude Meunier, and the host is preparing a whole gift for Dominique Michel, who will celebrate his 90th birthday on 24 September.
Our Infoman he will spoil himself in the provincial election campaign for his 23And season on air. television boys, now co-led by André Robitaille and Mélanie Maynard, will put the spotlight on, among others, Marjo, Virginie Ranger-Beauregard and Pierre Bruneau. Their furniture has also been modernized.
In the documentary series The ambassadors (start: Saturday, September 17 at 9pm), Rebecca Makonnen meets 12 Quebec women exiled abroad, who excel in their field. You’ll especially see NASA’s Farah Alibay and Paris-based jeweler Édéenne.
At ARTV, the channel’s number one broadcast, the magazine It’s just TVis back on the air on Friday 16 September at 9pm for a 4pmAnd season.
Scheduled this winter: the return of Small tanners by Pierre Hébert, the series larry by Stéphane Bourguignon, the variety Zenith by Veronique Cloutier, eye of the storm 2 And Reasonable Doubt 2which will take off two months after last winter’s final.
Also this winter, last round for comedy Boys, which will end after this third and final chapter, a decision made by the creator of the comedy, Jacques Davidts. And how will our boomer boys live their goodbyes? “It will not get better. We embrace the anguish of these kids in the face of a world that is changing too quickly for them,” reveals Christian Bégin, alias Christian Laliberté university professor in Boys.
In January, the second season of Without an appointment will bring back his mother Marianne (Diane Lavallée), who will disrupt the life of her daughter Sarah (Magalie Lépine-Blondeau). Although screenwriter Marie-Andrée Labbé is overwhelmed by the lyrics of STATISTICSRadio-Canada expects to be able to deliver a third season of Without an appointment.
The show is derived from Lifetime, With a beating heart, it will also start in January. Roy Dupuis will reprise the role of speaker Christophe L’Allier and Eve Landry will be MAnd Gabrielle Laflamme, Crown attorney and great ally of Christophe L’Allier (LOL).
Get them out of here!
A big mole job (thanks again!) On the reality TV file Get me out of here! VAT, which derives from the British concept I’m a celebrity … Take me Get out of here!. On Tuesday I revealed to you that Colette Provencher, Jean-François Mercier, Andréanne A. Malette and Livia Martin had camped in the Costa Rican jungle next to the Dr François Marquis, Marianne St-Gelais and Nathalie Simard. Here are two other stars who have lived hard in the middle of the tropical forest: the host and comedian José Gaudet and the dancer Rahmane Belkebiche, co-champion of the third season of Revolution. Here, you know everything.